WATCH: Terrence Creative teases Size 8 for ‘leaving’ DJ Mo
Content Creator Terrence Creative has left his fans cracking up after he recently, teased singer Size 8 for ‘leaving’ her matrimonial home.
In a video that has been circulating on social media, the comedian is seen talking to the singer while asking her why she was leaving her husband.
“Unatoka unaenda wapi? Unaachia nani nyumba na Range Rover? Karibu Nyumbani, ata sisi tuko. Ata mimi nilikuwa nimetoka siku ingine,” said Terrence.
This comes barely a week after DJ Mo and his wife Size 8 patched things up following their very public ‘separation’.
The video of Terrence bantering with Size 8 was captured at a gas station where creatives namely Kabi and Milly Wa Jesus, Terrence Creative and his wife Milly, and DJ Mo and Size 8 were seen having conversations and sharing laughs.
A week ago, Nairobi News broke the news that the ‘Pale Pale’ hitmaker had packed her belongings and left her matrimonial home after a source close to the couple shared that all was not well in paradise.
However, during the recent celebrity meet and greet, Terrence and Size 8 shared a funny moment where they talked about what may have led to her walking out on her husband. “Lakini nilimtetemesha kidogo,” said size 8.
Size 8 and DJ Mo had even unfollowed each other on Instagram which led their fans to send a myriad of concern messages.
However, the woman of God via her YouTube channel revealed that it was a normal couple’s disagreement that had led to their feud and that DJ Mo had angered her, but while away, their kids were concerned and wanted to see their father.
The musician shared that it took a third party’s intervention for them to get back together and that her husband had asked for forgiveness.
This is not the first time the celebrity couple is in the eye of the storm.
In 2020, DJ Mo’s alleged ‘side chick’ shared her alleged intimate chats and moments with DJ Mo with blogger Edgar Obare, including photos of DJ Mo while nude.
The couple’s marriage was believed to be on the rocks at the time, but they made peace on their reality TV show ‘Dining with the Murayas’ after what they called ‘Week ya masaibu [misery]’.